The Promise of Navigation 101<br />“More College and Career Ready Students”<br />
5 missing Attributes of college and career ready students<br />Self Aware – Can identify personal motivations and assets<br />Knowledgeable – Understand post-secondary education and work options<br />Plan Ready – Has a meaningful post-secondary plan<br />Qualified – has attained the requisite credentials to pursue their post-secondary plan<br />Financial Ready – Has acquired the necessary financing to pursue their post-secondary plan<br />These 5 attributes drive the scope and sequence of the curriculum!<br />
Middle school focus<br /><ul><li>To expand student awareness of self
To expand student awareness of work, education and other life activities
To develop student skills for academic achievement
To enable students to create a meaningful high school plan</li></li></ul><li>Lessons<br />Broken into 3 Key Parts<br />
Lessons<br />Need to know:<br /><ul><li>Designed for 45 min blocks – we don’t currently have that much time, so plan accordingly!
Everything produced by a student from the lessons will be in the portfolio.
All worksheets that need to be put in the portfolio are identified at the end of the lesson.
The section of the portfolio where the item belongs is written in the upper right hand corner of the worksheet.
A quick read through the bold sections of the lesson, will give you the need to know info to teach the lesson.</li></li></ul><li>Portfolio<br />The Portfolio has 4 sections. Student work being placed into those section are clearly identified in each lesson. <br />
Student-led Conferences<br />In the student-led conference, students will organize their presentation around three statements that answer the question, “What will I do with my Life?”<br />As you can see the conference is designed around the structure of the portfolio and the 5 missing attributes of college and career ready students, which was discussed at the beginning of the slideshow. <br />
firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by my room<br />Questions about curriculum<br />